Walk in Ireland, Antrim Black Hill, ascent 352m, length 15.6km
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simon3: Track 2196 in area near Antrim Hills (Ireland)
Coastal balcony north of Agnew's Hill
Length: 15.6km, Creator time taken: 5h 8m, Ascent: 352m,
Descent: 775m

Places: Start at D33775 04386, Black Hill, end at D31034 14844 11km N from Start
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This is an enjoyable walk along a ridge, often a scarp, parallel to the sea in Antrim. It follows a waymarked way. Parts of the route are on fairly rough ground well over 300m. The land here was formed when what is now basalt poured out of the ground millions of years ago capping softer chalk layers. Now the land has steep basalt cliffs on the east side with some chalky bits below in places.

Uploaded on: Mon, 13 May 2013 (12:59:16)
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